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PROGRAM FOLIO ' 




INAUGURAL ISSUE VOL. 1, NO. 1 

JANUARY 10 - JANUARY 24, 1960 99.5 mc FM 

We warmly welcome you, our first subscribers in this venture 
for free independent communication. Together we hope to in- 
itiate a new sense of excitement in New York, a hopeful spirit 
dedicated to a rebirth of the responsible citizen in a large ur- 
ban center. We believe that the other mass media err in under- 
estimating the hunger and capacity of man for significant and 
creative ideas in art and politics. 

Forgive us our ineptitudes. With our head in the clouds and 
feet deep in the ground, we shall probe every issue of concern 
to a country dedicated to quality and abundance. In our zeal 
we will risk the ridiculous. We will not "play it safe." We will be 
involved in all significant matters and promote none. 

Our aims are humanistic. We want to be a concert hall, a lec- 
ture room, and part of your living room. We want to be friend- 
ly, to avoid the pathos of distance or the bombastic voice of 
authority. 

With your support we can enrich our offerings, reach out 
for vital programs, create works that we can offer to stations 
throughout the world. 

This is a community station. We have no other objective but 
to serve the public interest in a completely public manner. 

HAROLD WINKLER 

President, Pacinca Foundation 

Cover Design by Mollette Dean 

PACIFICA FOUNDATION LISTENER SUBSCRIPTION RADIO 



January 1970 



Thurs., Jan. 1: The Peloponnesian War- 
Daniel Nagrin's epic mime dance/theater/ 
socio-politico-esthetic-philosophico multimedia 
thing for solo dancer, with tape and electronic 
music by Eric Salzman and Archie Shepp, text 
by Thucydides, voice by Frank Langella. 

Fri., Jan. 2: Great Short Films— including 
Porter's "The Great Train Robbery," Laurel and 
Hardy in "Big Business," Mack Sennett's "Liz- 
zies in the Field," Norman McLaren's "Neigh- 
bors," Lindsay Anderson's "O Dreamland" and 
"Weegee's New York." 

Sat., Jan. 3: Chamber Music— Per Brevig, 
trombone; Judith Powell: Gnok: A Musical Joke. 
Olson, piano. Schubert: Trout Quintet, Arpeg- 
gione Sonata. Michael Sahl, piano,- Natalia 
Ghent, viola. 

Sun., Jan. 4: The Peloponnesian War— see 

Jan. 1. 

Mon., Jan. 5: An Evening With Alvin Brehm. 

Tues., Jan. 6: An Evening of Twentieth Cen- 
tury Violin— Charles Castleman, violinist. (Tar- 
tini, Bach, Ives, Copland, Gardner, Castleman). 

Wed., Jan. 7: Juilliard Chamber Group— with 
Hugh Aitken, composer. Isaiah Jackson, con- 
ductor; Irene Gubrud, soprano; Marna Street, 
viola; Eric Wilson, cello; Michelle Saxon, 
contra-bass; Kathleen Bride, harp. 

Thurs., Jan. 8: Sonia Monosoff Ensemble- 
Baroque and contemporary works, including 
Biber's "Mystery" Sonata for prepared solo 
violin. 

Fri., Jan. 9: An Evening of Documentary and 
Animated Film— Carmen D'Avino's "Taran- 
tella," "The Room," and "Pianissimo" (nomi- 
nated for an Academy Award): Mel London's 
"Anatomy of a Parade," and others. Followed 
by discussion with Mel London of Vision Asso- 



ciates and Carmen D'Avino on documentary 
and animation techniques. 

Sat., Jan. 10: Jubilee Jam-Unpremeditated 
music of various sorts in celebration of WBAI's 
10th anniversary. 

Sun., Jan. 11: The Peloponnesian War— see 

Jan. 1. 

Mon., Jan. 12: Transformation— an audio- 
visual event by Herb Gesner. 

Tues., Jan. 13: 20th-century Music Par Excel- 
lence—Dorothy Pixley, violin; Per Brevig, trom- 
bone; Gerald Schwarz, trumpet. Also, Mozart's 
Viola Quintet. 

Wed., Jan. 14: An Evening With Jack Glick, 
Violinist-Composer— (followed by a Happen- 
ing). 

Thurs., Jan. 15: Bob Moses Jam— Bob Moses 
on drums with To Be Announced 

on other things. 

Fri., Jan. 16: to be announced. 

Sat., Jan. 17: Rudy Perez Dance Company— 

(to be confirmed). 

Sun., Jan. 18: The Peloponnesian War— see 

Jan. 1. 

Mon., Jan. 19: Poetry Evening— Walter Lowen- 
fels, Steven Stepanchev, Karen Swenson, Mark 
Strand and others read their poetry. Produced 
by WBAI's Drama and Literature Dept. 

Tues., Jan. 20: Bob Moses Jam— see Jan. 15. 
Wed., Jan. 21 : to be announced. 

Thurs., Jan. 22: Chamber Music— Jascha Sil- 
berstern; cello; Josef Zwilich, violin; Mary Ellen 
Pracht, soprano. Glazounov — Chant du Minis- 
trel; Popper— Concerto; Vieuxtemps— Due for 



Violin and Cello; Handel Halvorsen-Passacc 
lia for Violin and Cello; R. Strauss— Four Son! 
Mozart— L'Amero for Violin and Voice; Floyd^ 
Ain't It a Pretty Night. 

Fri., Jan. 23: Contemporary Music— Steven 

Chambers and others. 

Sat., Jan. 24: Caecilian Chamber Ensemble 

— Instrumentalists, actors, and dancers. Includes 
Stravinsky's "L'Histoire du Soldat," with Helen 
Jean Arthur, narrator; Gerardo Levy, con- 
ductor. 

Sun., Jan. 25: The Peloponnesian War— see 

Jan. 1. 

Mon., Jan. 26: Kohon String Quartet. 

Tues., Jan. 27: Chamber Music-Noel da 
Costa, violin. 

Wed., Jan. 28: Chamber Music— Don Stewart, 

clarinet. 

Thurs., Jan. 29: Igor Kipnis, Harpsichord 
Recital— Froberger— Suite #26 in B Minor; 
Kuhnau— The Battle Between David and Go- 
liath; Haydn— Sonata #13 in G Major; J. S. 
Bach— Toccata in C Minor; Christopher Ed- 
munds—Suite in G (I960); Ned Rorem— Spiders 
(1968, dedicated to Igor Kipnis); D. Scarlatti- 
Five Sonatas; Rameau— Fanfarinette, La Triom- 
phante, Gavotte and Five Doubles. 

Fri., Jan. 30: "Ashes"— A play in five acts for 
two males, two females, and their consciences. 
Produced by Gary Bell. 

Sat., Jan. 31: "Ashes"— see Jan. 30. 
Our special thanks to the very groovy Baldwin 
Piano people who gave us the use of one of 
their concert grands for the duration of the 
Free Music Store Festival. 




Folio Notes 



January, 1970 



Volume 11, Number 1 



Financial Goals 

This month is the 10th anniversary of WBAI's birth. We're 
not celebrating much because we can't afford it. The station is 
alive and growing in many essential ways but we're not exactly 
thriving financially. If you'd like to send us a gift, we need 
money. 

Our formal financial goal for the month is $45,000; this 
represents 1,450 new subscriptions and the renewal of 1,650 
subscriptions that will lapse this month. 

If your renewal is due, or if you're changing your address, 
please use the coupon on page 16 to tell us about it. Daily 
reports on the state of the station's financial battle are given 
during the 5:45 Miscellany. More comprehensive summaries 
are given by Frank Millspaugh on Report to the Listener, 
Tuesdays at 7:10 p.m. 

Programming 

In tribute to the fact that WBAI has lasted ten years we will 
be presenting many of the best programs from our past during 
January and February. Many listeners responded to our call 
for suggestions and their favorite programs and ours have been 
scheduled for these two months. Programs from the Archives 
are scattered throughout this Folio and are marked clearly: 
From the Archives so that you won't confuse them with the 
current programming. (Unfortunately, many world conditions 
are relatively the same today as they were 10 years ago.) On 
Sunday, January 25th, we'll broadcast a full day of Archives 
with running comments from former and current staff members. 

The Public Affairs Dept. is working hard to keep up with 
its ambitious aim of covering current news and interpreting it 
in depth. However, in addition to the PA. Specials, they have 
scheduled a number of special productions — most of which are 
described in detail in the Highlights on page 5. 

The Music Department is happy to announce less talk and 
more music this month on WBAI. One small step for the Music 



staff, one giant step for mankind. Keep those cards and letters 
coming. 

Speaking of cards and letters (not to mention irate phone 
calls) we have had some objections to our recent no-announce- 
ment policy on certain music broadcasts. A word of explanation 
is in order. Our policy is music, more music and more music of 
every kind. This means that whatever time we can grab off for 
music is devoted to music. Towards this end we have experi- 
mented with super-concerts that eliminated all talk, including 
announcements. Well, we (the Music Dept.) still think the 
super-concert idea is a good one ("'listen, it's good for you!"), 
but we promise that during or just after each program we will 
identify all the components. 

"Let me say, at the risk of seeming ridiculous, that the true 
revolutionary is guided by great feelings of love." At the Risk 
of Seeming Ridiculous invites contributions in the form of 
taped work of any kind. We will also accept phoned-in ideas 
and opinions on Wednesday evening before the show; call 
OX 7-8506 between 7:30 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. 

This month The Mind's Eye Theatre has on tap a drama for 
voices by W. S. Tracy, titled Conversation with a Deaf Mute. 
Directed by Cliff Fagin, it's basically a simple telephone con- 
versation . . . but with ramifications. The major role is almost 
a monologue and the Drama and Literature Dept. assures you, 
for they were there, that Peter Altschuler did it through without 
a flub, an amazing achievement. 

For poetry buffs, an early Cocteau poem, A Tour of the 
Quiet Zone, and recent New York work, Poetry, New York 
#1. On the theatre, Black Theatre: Its Past, Its Present and Its 
Future. And about literature, a talk with John Fowles, whose 
book, The French Lieutenant's Woman, continues to be 
discussed. 

Also from D&L, some Archive programs to remind you of 
our anniversary; specially chosen as programs that may be 
dated but for that reason are meaningful. In other words, 
programs that were very much of their time. 



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January Highlights 



RED BEANS, RICE AND OTHER 
TOPICAL ISSUES 

Blues/ jazz/ rock and/or unscheduled 
good programs. (1/1, 8, 15, 22, 29) 



BLACK THEATRE: Its Past, Its 
Present and Its Future 

Gil Jardine talks with Hazel Bryant of 
the Afro-American Total Theatre Arts 
Foundation about the history of blacks 
in the American theatre and the future 
of community-oriented Black theatre. 
(1/2) 



RAGAMALA 

G. V. Ramanathan presents works by 
Ramani, Badi Ghulan Ali Khan, Bismillah 
Khan and Balanchander. (1/2) 



MOZART CHAMBER MUSIC 

Lots and lots of it in the morning and 
the evening. (1/3) 



AN INTERVIEW WITH JOHN 
FOWLES 

Mr. Fowles, the author of The Magus 
and The Collector, talks with Gil Jar- 
dine about his new novel, The French 
Lieutenant's Woman. (1/5) 



AT THE RISK OF SEEMING 
RIDICULOUS 

Fantastic productions from the Music 
men and/ or good unscheduled programs. 
(1/7, 14, 21, 28) 



BALKAN FOLK MUSIC 

Original field recordings, tapes and 
records from Southeastern Europe, pre- 
sented by Martin Koenig. (1/9) 



THE WRITER AND HIS AUDIENCE 
IN THE UNITED STATES 

Saul Bellow, author of Mr. Sammler's 

Planet, talks about his early experiences 
as an aspiring Chicago writer and com- 
plains about today's readers. (1/10) 



ART: Getting the Neighborhood 
Involved 

Painters Allen D'Arcangelo and Bob 
Weigand, architect Peter Eisenman, and 
Jane Norman, Consultant on Visual 
Education, talk with Herb Aach about 
the issue. (1/11) 



BIRTH CONTROL AND THE 
COLLEGE COED 

Bill Baird, outspoken advocate of birth 
control, in speech from Boston Univ., 
as part of their Distinguished Lecture 
series. Courtesy of WBUR. (1/11) 



THE TURBULENT 60's #2: 
The Youth Revolt 

Pacifica looks at youth in the 60's — the 
critics, the alternate cultures, the con- 
frontations with the established order. 
From the sit-ins to the 1969 Mobilization 
with many a stop in between. Produced 
by Bill Schechner. (1/12) 



RADIO EVENT: Radio Caress 

A KPFA program in which the listening 
audience participated in the making of 
the music. (1/12) 



CAN THE CONSUMER BE SAVED: 
Alternatives to the NYC Public Utilities 

If there is one answer to the woes of the 
consumer, it may lie with the Public 
Service Commission — which until now 
has served only its own interests. Pro- 
duced by Kay Lindsey. (1/15) 



THE LONG RUSSIAN WINTER #12: 
Snegourochka 

(The Snow Maiden) 
Tchaikovsky's second extant opera, com- 
posed in 1873 to a play by Ostrovsky. 
Followed by some of Tchaikovsky's 
songs. Produced by Kathy Dobkin. 
(1/18) 



NORTH INDIAN VIRTUOSI YOU'VE 
PROBABLY NEVER HEARD and 
MORE NORTH INDIAN VIRTUOSI 

Two programs on great Indian musicians 
whose works are unknown in the West, 
presented by Graeme Vanderstoel of the 
American Society for Eastern Arts. 
(KPFA) (1/18 and 19) 



TOUR OF THE QUIET ZONE 

An early poem by Jean Cocteau that is 
a moving account of the experience of 
war. Translated by Donna Dickenson, 
read by Hubert Herring. (1/19) 

THE COUNTER-INAUGURAL 

A rebroadcast of Pacifica's coverage of 
the 1969 festivities in Washington. 
(1/20) 



SOCIETY OF BLACK COMPOSERS 

Works by Alvin Singleton, Margaret 
Bonds, Carmen Moore and Warren 
Smith. (1/22) 



NEW YORK POETRY #1 

David Galler, Christopher Collins and 
other poets read recent works. Also 
featured: Jorge Luis Borges reading 
some new works. (1/23) 



ARCHIVE DAY: Sunday, January 25 

A full day of some of the best programs 
produced by WBAI. Try not to miss it. 



MUSIC FROM THE DYLAN 
ARCHIVES 

Alan Weberman presents rare tapes of 
Bob Dylan. (1/10) 



JAZZ ETC 

Eric Raeburn talks with Michael Mant- 
ler, director of the Jazz Composer's 
Orchestra and they play the Orchestra's 
big album. (1/10) 



THE MIND'S EYE THEATRE: 

Conversation with a Deaf Mute 

A play for voices by William S. Tracy. 
A one-sided telephone conversation is 
the framework for this character study 
of an artist. Featuring a tour de force 
performance by Peter Altschuler, with 
Cindy Balabar, Frank Coffee, George 
Spelvin and Baird Searles. Directed by 
Clifford Fagin. Technical production by 
Ed Woodard. (1/16) 



THE TURBULENT 60's #4: 
Assassinations and Violence 

A documentary on the American tradi- 
tion of violence in relation to the assas- 
sinations of the two white and two black 
leaders who spoke for the sixties. Bob 
Kuttner uses the Pacifica Archives to 
examine the deaths of Pres. J. F. Ken- 
nedy, Malcolm X, Sen. Robert Kenne- 
dy and Martin Luther King and the 
effects of their deaths on U.S. society. 
(1/26) 



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WBAI 



Regular Programming 



PUBLIC AFFAIRS 

Indicates program from Washington 

Bureau. 
NEWS Mon-to-Fri. 6:15 p.m. Newscasts 
by Paul Fischer Followed by Shoptalk 
with guest journalists. 
CITY An in-depth look at a local issue. 
Mon.-to-Fri. 7 p.m. 

WEEKEND NEWS Sat-Sun. 6:30 p.m. 
WAR SUMMARY Mon-to-Fri. 10:45 
p.m. 
PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIALS Tuesday 

6 Thursday. 7:15 p.m.; Friday, 7:00 p.m. 
CAPITOL NEWS SUMMARY Fridays. 

7 p.m. Analysis of the week's political 
news. 

CAVEAT EMPTOR 2 Mondays (1/5. 
19) 7:15 p.m. Reports on consumer 
affairs, produced in cooperation with 
the New Community Press. 

CONFRONTATION: WASHINGTON 
2 Wednesdays (1/4. 28) 7:15 p.m. 
Muckrakers discuss power, lobbies and 
gaps in coverage by establishment press. 
JUDICIAL REVIEW 2 Wednesdays 
(1/7. 21) 7:15 p.m. Comments on Su- 
preme Court decisions, with Lawrence 
Speiser. 

MILITARY MONITOR 2 Mondays 
(1/12, 26) 7:15 p.m. In-depth looks at 
what the Pentagon is doing, produced in 
cooperation with the Inst, for Policy 
Studies. 

READINGS FROM THE CONGRES- 
SIONAL RECORD Thursdays, 8:15 p. 
m. Kuttner and fellow comics with fan- 
tastic but actual quotes from it. 
THE FOURTH ESTATE 2 Mondays 
(1/5. 19) 11 p.m. Critical Black repor- 
ters engage "newsworthy" guests. 
AN UNEXPURGATED HISTORY OF 
NEW YORK CITY Sundays, 5 p.m. 
Viola Scott Thomas and Herb Lambright 
on little-known history. 

DRAMA AND LITERATURE 

ARTS EXTRA 2 Fridays (1/9, 23) 
9:45 p.m. Hours left open i ^r programs 
of special importance in tl arts. 
BOOKS TO BUY, BORROV OR BURN 
Sundays, 6:45 p.m. Reviews 
CONTINUED TOMORROW Mon-to- 
Fri. 12 noon. This month. The World 
of Stephen Leacock (CBC). The Quarry, 
and Overland Patrol (BBC, 
DANCE, NEW YORK Wednesdays, 
11:30 p.m. Marian Horosco on various 
aspects of the art in this city. 
FILMS IN FOCUS Wednesdays, 8 p.m. 
Andrew Sarris comments, quite often on 
movies old and new. 
PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE 
(PYP) Monday-to-Fri. 3:30 p.m. Hours 
for all kinds of kids. Details daily 
THE MOVIES 2 Thursdays (1/8, 22) 
8:30 p.m. Bob Sitton calks about them 
with people in the business 
THE CRITICAL PEOPLE Sundays, 8 



p.m. Reviews and discussions of the 
week in the arts. Reviewers vary 
THEATRE REVIEW 2 Sundays (1 4, 
18) 8:45 p.m. Isaiah Sheffer with com- 
ments on new productions. 
THEATRE NEW YORK Saturdays, 7:45 
p.m. Ann Rivers talks with guests from 
off-and off-off B'way. 

MUSIC 

AFTERNOON MUSIC Mon-to-Fri. 4:30 
p.m. Collages on a theme: themes given 
in daily listings. MORNING MUSIC: 
Mon-to-Fri. 9:15 a.m. Just like the 
mornings, but sometimes different. 
COUNTRY MUSIC Sundays, 5:45 p.m. 
Genuine blue-grass. 

GOLDEN VOICES Sundays, 10 a.m. 
Great opera recordings of olden days 
with the late Anthony Boucher. (KPFA 
Archives) 

MUSIC OF THE WORLD'S PEOPLES 
Sundays, 9:30 a.m. Ethnic music with 
the late Dr. Henry Cowell. (WBAI Ar- 
chives) 

ROCK SPECIAL 2 Saturdays (1/10, 
24) 4 p.m. Just what the title says. 
Hosts vary. 

SATURDAY AFTERNOON MUSIC 
Sats. 2 p.m. Jazz (Jack McKinney) alter- 
nates with Folk (Israel Young). 

OF GENERAL INTEREST 

ARTISTS Mondays, 2 p.m. Members of 
the Art Workers Coalition on problems. 
Details in daily listings. 
COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD 
Thursdays, 5:30 p.m. Announcements o f 
coming civic and social events. 
ENVIRONMENTAL OUTRAGES 
Tuesdays, 2 p.m. Discussions of eco- 
logical issues. 

IN THE BEGINNING Mon-to-Fri 7 
(?) a.m. Larry Josephson. 
LUNCHPAIL Tuesday, Thursday and 
Saturday, 12:30 p.m. Paul Gorman with 
guests and other goodies. 
MARION'S CAULDRON (1/13, 27) 
11:30 p.m. A look at the occult with 
Marion Weinstein. 

NEW AMERICAN REVIEW 2 Sundays 
(1/3, 21) 11:30 p.m. Ted Solotaroff talks 
with authors. 

RADIO UNNAMEABLE Mon-to-Fri. 
Midnight or later. Bob Fass. 
REPORT TO THE LISTENER Tues- 
days, 7:10 p.m. Frank Millspaugh with 
news about WBAI. 

THE GREAT PROLETARIAN CUL- 
TURAL REVOLUTION Tuesdays, 8:30 
p.m. Julius Lester, often with talk-back 
on OX 7-8506. 

THE INSURGENTS: The Health System 
2 Wednesdays (1/7, 21) Ivan Rubin and 
members of the medical profession. 
THE INSURGENTS: Churchmen 2 
Tuesdays (1/6, 20) 11 p.m. Jack Deedy 



speaks with clergymen of all faiths. 
THE INSURGENTS: Lawyers 2 Tues- 
days (1/13, 27) 11 p.m. Eric Seitz and 
guests from the legal profession. 
HOMOSEXUAL NEWS Thursdays, 9 
p.m. A program from and for the homo- 
sexual community. 

THE OUTSIDE Sat. and Sun. 12 mid- 
night. Steve Post. 

THE $24 REFUND Saturdays, 7:30 p. 
m. Baird Searles and guests on living in 
New York. 

WHATEVER BECAME OF...? Tues- 
days, 8 p.m. Richard Lamparski inter- 
views prominent people of the recent 
past. 

JANUARY COMMENTARIES 

A SATIRICAL VIEW Marshall Efron 
and Steve Post on current events. Fridays, 
8 p.m. 

AFRICA SPEAKS FOR ITSELF Artur 
Vilankulu and guests. 2 Sundays (1/4, 
18) 7:30 p.m. 

BOTH SIDES OF THE BARS David 
Rothenberg of the Fortune Society on 
the problems of prisoners and ex-cons. 
Sunday, 1/11, 7:30 p.m. 
EDUCATION COMMENTARY Neil 
Postman, author of Teaching as a Ra- 
dical Profession. 2 Thursdays (1/8, 22) 
6 p.m. 

CONRAD LYNN Author and civil rights 
attorney. Mondays, 7:45 p.m. 
MIDDLE EAST PRESS REVIEW Re- 
ports on the Israeli and Arab press from 
BFA. Sundays, 7 p.m. 
MONTH IN REVIEW Editors of Month- 
ly Review (1/28) 9 p.m. 
NEWS FOR CAR OWNERS by Sam 
Julty Saturdays, 6:45 p.m. 
VICTOR PERLO Economist and author. 
Tuesdays, 6 p.m. 

RENT & HOUSING IN THE CITY 
Members of the Metropolitan Council 
on Housing. 2 Mondays (1/12, 26) 
6 p.m. 

REPORT ON POLITICAL PRISONERS 
Presented by members of Amnesty In- 
ternational. 2 Mondays (1/5, 19) 6 p.m. 
SCIENCE COMMENTARY Glenn L. 
Paulson, co-chairman of Scientists' 
Comm. for Public Information. 3 Thurs- 
days (1/1, 15, 29) 6 p.m. 
STUDENTS FOR A DEMOCRATIC 
SOCIETY (SDS) Views from the group. 
Wednesdays, 6 p.m. 
TALKING POLITICS Comments from 
the conservative point of view by Neal 
Freeman, editor & critic. Fridays, 6 p.m. 
THE THIRD WORLD Presented by 
members of the Comm. for Returned 
Volunteers. 3 Thursdays (1/1, 15, 29) 
8:30 p.m. 

WOMANKIND Feminists view the cur- 
rent scene. Wednesdays, 8:30 p.m. 
YOUNG AMERICANS FOR FREE- 
DOM Views from the group. Wednes- 
days, 7:45 p.m. 



WBAI 



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THURSDAY, JANUARY 1 

*See Highlights for details. 

8:00 MORNING MUSIC: Soothing Mu- 
sic #1 

9:00 WAR SUMMARY and NEWS 
(12/31) 

9:15 SOOTHING MUSIC #2 

10:30 REPORT ON POLITICAL PRIS- 
ONERS (12/31) 

10:45 COMMENTARY ON JEWISH 
AFFAIRS (12/31) 

11:00 FILMS IN FOCUS: Sams (12/31) 

11:30 CONFRONTATION: WASHING- 
TON (12/31) 

12:00 CONTINUED TOMORROW: The 
World of Stephen Leacock #11. Vari- 
ous works read by John Drainie 
(CBC) 

12:30 LUNCHPAIL: Experimental radio 
with Paul Gorman 

2:00 THE MONTH IN REVIEW (12/31) 

2:30 WOMANKIND (12/31) 

3:00 ELWOOD'S ARCHIVES #4: 
Worst songs of W. W. II (KPFA) 
(12/30) 

3:30 PYP: Liberate the New Year with 
Watkins Rock. 

4:30 AFTERNOON MUSIC: Bells and 
Cymbals (1/2) 

5:30 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD 
(1/2) 

5:45 MISCELLANY 

6:00 SCIENCE COMMENTARY: Paul- 
son (1/2) 

6:15 NEWS 

Newscast with Paul Fischer 
Shoptalk with guest journalists. 

7:00 CITY 

7:15 PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIAL 
(1/2) 

8:00 OF UNICORNS & UNIVERSES: 
Baird Searles with Monte Davis 
(1/2) 

8:15 READINGS FROM THE CON- 
GRESSIONAL RECORD (1/2) 

8:30 THE THIRD WORLD (1/2) 

9:00 HOMOSEXUAL NEWS (1/2) 

9:15 RED BEANS, RICE & OTHER 
TOPICAL ISSUES: Neal Conan 

10:45 WAR SUMMARY by Paul Fischer 
and LATE NEWS (1/2) 

11:00 SCRATCHY GROOVE AWARDS: 
1969. Incorporating the Slipped Disc, 
Stone Groove, Lead Platter and similar 
encomia annually bestowed by WBAI 
on the worst records of the year 
(1/4) 

12:00 RADIO UNNAMEABLE 



FRIDAY, JANUARY 2 



7:00 IN THE BEGINNING 

9:00 WAR SUMMARY and 
(1/1) 

9:15 MORNING MUSIC: Bells and Cym- 
bals (1/1) 

10:15 COMMUNITY BULLETIN 
BOARD (1/1) 

10:30 SCIENCE COMMENTARY: 
son (1/1) 

10:45 READINGS FROM THE 
GRESSIONAL RECORD (1/1) 

11:00 OF UNICORNS AND 
VERSES (1/1) 

11:15 THE THIRD WORLD (1/1) 

11:45 HOMOSEXUAL NEWS (1/1) 



NEWS 



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12:00 CONTINUED TOMORROW: The 

World of Stephen Leacock #12 
12:30 MISCELLANY 
12:45 PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIAL 

d/1) 

1:30 IN CIRCLES: Gertrude Stein & Al 
Carmines. Judson Poets' Theatre pro- 
duction. (12/25) 

2:30 SCIENTISTS SPEAK OUT: Envi- 
ronmental Decay in New York 
(12/29) 

3:30 PYP: P. Merla reads The Velveteen 
Rabbit by George Mac Donald; fol- 
loved by a Nancy Segeler concoction. 
For young children. 

4:30 AFTERNOON MUSIC: Englebert 
Humperdinck (1/6) 

5:45 MISCELLANY 

6:00 TALKING POLITICS: Freeman 
d/4) 

6:15 NEWS 

Newscast with Paul Fischer 

Shoptalk with guest journalists. 

00 CAPITOL NEWS SUMMARY 

(1/3) 

30 PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIAL 

(1/3) 

8:00 A SATIRICAL VIEW: Efron 
(1/3) 

8:15 TECHIE TIME: Rapkin & Zanger: 
Stereo. Major Production (1/3) 
45 TASTE THE WILD BLACK HON- 
EY Short story by Douglas Railton 
read for the BBC by Francis de 
Wolff. (1/5) 

9:00 NICANOR ZABALETA in com- 
position by J. S. Bach, C.P.E. Bach, 
Krumpholz. From the 1969 Schwetz- 
ingen Festival (1/3). 

9:30 *BLACK THEATRE: Its Past, Its 
Present, and Its Future. (1/3). 

10:30 MISCELLANY 

10:45 WAR SUMMARY by Paul Fis- 
cher and LATE NEWS (1/3) 

11:00 *RAGAMALA East Indian music 
with G. V. Ramanathan. (1/5) 

12:00 RADIO UNNAMEABLE 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 3 

8:00 MOZART CHAMBER MUSIC 

(Lots of it) 
9:30 WAR SUMMARY and NEWS 

(1/2) 
9:45 A SATIRICAL VIEW: Efron 

(1/2) 
10:00 PYP: Ronny Watkins 
11:00 CAPITOL NEWS SUMMARY 

(1/2) 
11:30 PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIAL 

d/2) 
12:00 TECHIE TIME (1/2) 
12:30 LUNCHPAIL: Discussion of 

events, with Paul Gorman. 
2:00 TWO HOURS OF JAZZ: Jack 

McKinney 
4:00 WITCH'S BLOOD read by Fredi 

Dundee 
4:30 NICANOR ZABALETA (1/2) 
5:00 *BLACK THEATRE: Its Past. Its 

Present, and Its Future (1/2) ) 
6:00 THE ROBBIE BARISH SHOW: 

Like, Groovey sounds, man, from the 

B., Like. 
6:30 NEWS 
6:45 NEWS FOR CAR OWNERS: Julty 

d/4) 



7:15 THE $24 REFUND (1/4) 

7:30 THEATRE NEW YORK with Ann 

Rivers (1/4) 
8:00 MOZART CHAMBER MUSIC 

(More of it) 
11:00 THE MYTH OF THE CHINA 

MENACE: Arthur Goldberg, Wm. O. 

Douglas, and many more (From the 

Center # 480) (1/9) 
11:45 THE OUTSIDE 

SUNDAY, JANUARY 4 

8:00 MUSIC FOR BRASS: Works by 
Palestrina, Reiche, Dowland, East, 
Susato, Pezel, Simon, Ewald, Glaz- 
ounov. 

9:30 MUSIC OF THE WORLD'S PEO- 
PLES 

10:00 GOLDEN VOICES (KPFA) 

10:30: GERMANY TODAY 

10:45 THE $24 REFUND (1/3) 

11:00 THEATRE NEW YORK (1/3) 

11:30 TALKING POLITICS: Freeman 
(1/2) 

11:45 NEWS FOR CAR OWNERS (1/3) 

12:15 MISCELLANY 

12:30 SCRETCHY GROOVE AWARDS: 
1969 (1/1) 

1:30 REPORT OF FORMER AGENT 
LEVINE Jack Levine interviewed by 
Chris Koch and Dick Elman on his 
view of the FBI. From WBAI's 1962 
Archives, by popular demand. (AL 
557) 

4:00 NIGHT INTO DAY: Fragmented 
Fass 

5:00 AN UNEXPURGATED HISTORY 
OF N.Y.C. with Herb Lambright & 
Viola Scott Thomas. (1/5) 

5:30 THE CARBON COPY short story 
by Brian Hayes, read for the BBC by 
Francis de Wolff (1/5) 

5:45 COUNTRY MUSIC (1/6) 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 NEWS 

6:45 BOOKS TO BUY, BORROW OR 
BURN The PA Dept. reviews recently 
published books (1/5) 

7:00 MIDDLE EAST PRESS REVIEW 

(1/6) 
7:30 AFRICA SPEAKS FOR ITSELF 

(1/5) 
8:00 THE CRITICAL PEOPLE review 

the various arts (1/5) 
8:45 THEATER REVIEW: Sheffer (1/5) 
9:00 FLYING with Wagner's Dutchman. 

From the 1969 Bayreuth Festival.. 
11:30 NEW AMERICAN REVIEW (1/7) 
12:00 THE OUTSIDE 

MONDAY, JANUARY 5 

7:00 IN THE BEGINNING 

9:00 TASTE OF WILD BLACK HONEY 

(1/2) 
9:15 MORNING MUSIC: December in 

January #1 
10:30 THE CARBON COPY (1/4) 
10:45 AFRICA SPEAKS FOR ITSELF 

(1/4) 
11:15 THE CRITICAL PEOPLE (1/4) 
12:00 CONTINUED TOMORROW: The 
world of Stephen Leacock #13. Read- 
ings by John Drainie. 
12:30 BOOKS TO BUY, BORROW OR 
. BURN (1/4) 



w.^ 



12:45 MISCELLANY 

1:00 RAGAMALA (1/2) 

2:00 ARTISTS Members of Art Work- 
ers Coalition discuss their manifesto. 

2:45 THEATER REVIEW: Sheffer 
(1/4) 

3:00 AN UNEXPURGATED HISTORY 
OF N.Y.C. (1/4) 

3:30 PYP: The Real Story told by Ri- 
chard Schiffman 

4:30 AFTERNOON MUSIC: Happy 
(1/8) 

5:45 MISCELLANY 

6:00 REPORT ON POLITICAL PRIS- 
ONERS by Amnesty Int'l. (1/6) 

6:15 NEWS 

Newscast with Paul Fischer 
Shoptalk with guest journalists. 

7:00 CITY 

7:15 CAVEAT EMPTOR: Problems of 
the consumer. (1/6) 

7:45 COMMENTARY: Lynn (1/6) 

8:00 SCHWETZINGEN SERENADE I: 
Works by composers of the Mannheim 
School: Vanhall, Cannabich, Eichner. 
(1/7) 

9:00 INTERVIEW WITH JOHN FOW- 
LES, author of The Magus & The 
Collector. (1/7) 

9:30 BIRDS: The Cornell Laboratory of 
Ornithology strikes again (Watch 
this space for FROGS!) (1/9) 

10:00 THE PROPHET David Nelson 
reads his poetry & talks with Kay 
Lindsey. (1/9) 

10:30 MISCELLANY 

10:45 WAR SUMMARY by Paul Fischer 
and LATE NEWS (1/6) 

11:00 THE FOURTH ESTATE Guests 
allow themselves to be interviewed by 
black reporters. (1/6) 

11:30 FESTIVAL OF FLANDERS 1969 
An organ recital, works by Fresco- 
baldi. (1/7) 
12:00 RADIO UNNAMEABLE 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 6 

7:00 IN THE BEGINNING 

9:00 WAR SUMMARY and NEWS (1/5) 

9:15 MORNING MUSIC: Englebert 
Humperdinck (1/2) 

10:30 REPORT ON POLITICAL PRIS- 
ONERS (1/5) 

10:45 COMMENTARY: Lynn (1/5) 

11:00 CAVEAT EMPTOR (1/5) 

11:30 MIDDLE EAST PRESS REVIEW 
(1/4) 

12:00 CONTINUED TOMORROW: The 
world of Stephen Leacock # 14. Final 
program in series; read by John 
Drainie. 

12:30 LUNCHPAIL: Paul Gorman with 
music, talk, food. 

2:00 ENVIRONMENTAL OUTRAGES: 
Conversation on Conservation. 

2:30 THE FOURTH ESTATE (1/5) 

3:00 COUNTRY MUSIC (1/4) 

3:30 PYP: Nancy Segeler begins The 
Lighthouse on the • Lobster Cliffs by 

James Kruss; for people 8 and older. 

4:30 AFTERNOON MUSIC: Sad (1/7) 

5:45 MISCELLANY 

6:00 COMMENTARY: Perlo (1/7) 

6:15 NEWS 

Newscast with Paul Fischer 
Shoptalk with guest journalists. 



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r 7:00 CITY 

7:10 REPORT TO THE LISTENER by 
the Listenee. (1/7) 

7:30 PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIAL 
(1/7) 

8:00 WHATEVER BECAME OF... 
MAY Mc AVOY? The silent star 
talks with R. Lamparski about mak- 
ing the epic Ben Hur, and other topics. 
(1/7) 

8:30 THE GREAT PROLETARIAN 
CULTURAL REVOLUTION: J. Les- 
ter sometimes takes calls on OX 
7-8506. Usually he doesn't. 

10:45 WAR SUMMARY by Paul Fischer 
and LATE NEWS (1/7) 

11:00 THE INSURGENTS: Church- 
men. (1/6) 

11:30 AN INFORMAL TALK WITH 
CHE GUEVARA IN N.Y. Chris Koch 
with Guevara. From WBAI's 1964 
Archives, by popular demand. (AS 
31) 

12:00 RADIO UNNAMEABLE 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7 

7:00 IN THE BEGINNING 

9:00 WAR SUMMARY and NEWS 

(1/6) 
9:15 MOURNING MUSIC (1/6) 
10:30 REPORT TO THE LISTENER 

(1/6) 
10:45 COMMENTARY: Perlo (1/6) 
11:00 WHATEVER BECAME OF... 

MAY Mc AVOY? (1/6) 
11:30 PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIAL 

d/6) 
12:00 CONTINUED TOMORROW: The 

Quarry #1. A BBC serial in five parts. 
12:30 THE INSURGENTS: Churchmen 

(1/6) 
1:00 SCHWETZINGEN SERENADE I 

(1/5) 
2:00 INTERVIEW WITH JOHN FOW- 

LES (1/5) 
2:30 FESTIVAL OF FLANDERS 1969 

d/5) 
3:00 NEW AMERICAN REVIEW (1/4) 
3:30 PYP: Bob Cohen and Sing when 

the Spirit Says Sing. 
4:30 AFTERNOON MOURNING MU- 
SIC: Funerals (1/9) 
5:45 MISCELLANY 
6:00 COMMENTARY: S.D.S. (1/8) 
6:15 NEWS 

Newscast with Paul Fischer 

Shoptalk with guest journalists. 
7:00 CITY 

7:15 JUDICIAL REVIEW (1/8) 
7:45 COMMENTARY: Y.A.F. (1/8) 
8:00 FILMS IN FOCUS: Sarris (1/8) 
8:30 WOMANKIND (1/8) 
9:00 AT THE RISK OF SEEMING RI- 
DICULOUS (we'll do it!) 
10:45 WAR SUMMARY by Paul Fischer 

and LATE NEWS (1/8) 
11:00 THE INSURGENTS: The Health 

System (1/8) 
11:30 DANCE, NEW YORK: Horosco 

(1/8) 
12:00 RADIO UNNAMEABLE 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 8 

7:00 IN THE BEGINNING 



9:00 WAR SUMMARY and NEWS 

(1/7) 
9:15 MORNING MUSIC: Happy (1/5) 
10:30 COMMENTARY: Y.A.F. (1/7) 
10:45 COMMENTARY: S.D.S. (1/7) 
11:00 FILMS IN FOCUS (1/7) 
11:30 JUDICIAL REVIEW (1/7) 
12:00 CONTINUED TOMORROW: The 

Quarry #2 
12:30 LUNCHPAIL with Paul Gorman 

& friends and/ or enemies. 
2:00 THE INSURGENTS: The Health 

System (1/7) 
2:30 WOMANKIND (1/7) 
3:00 DANCE, NEW YORK (1/7) 
3:30 PYP: go underground with Watk- 

ins Rock 
4:30 AFTERNOON MUSIC: Recorders 

(1/9) 
5:30 COMMUNITY BULLETIN 

BOARD: From the Parks Dept. (1/9) 
5:45 MISCELLANY 
6:00 EDUCATION COMMENTARY: 

Postman (1/9) 
6:15 NEWS 

Newscast with Paul Fischer 
Shoptalk with guest journalists. 
7:00 CITY 
7:15 PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIAL 

(1/9) 
8:00 OF UNICORNS AND UNI- 
VERSES: Fantasy and SF Reviews 
by Baird Searles & Peter Robinson 
d/9) 
8:15 READINGS FROM THE CON- 
GRESSIONAL RECORD (1/9) 
8:30 THE MOVIES: Sitton (1/9) 
9:00 HOMOSEXUAL NEWS (1/9) 
9:15 RED BEANS, RICE AND OTHER 

TOPICAL ISSUES 
10:45 WAR SUMMARY by Paul Fischer 

and LATE NEWS (1/9) 
11:00 THE LEROI JONES TRIAL Re- 
broadcast by popular demand. From 

WBAI's 1968 archives (AL 661) 
12:00 RADIO UNNAMEABLE 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 9 

7:00 IN THE BEGINNING 

9:00 WAR SUMMARY and NEWS 

(1/8) 
9:15 MORNING MUSIC: Recorders 

(1/8) 
10:15 COMMUNITY BULLETIN 

BOARD (1/8) 
10:30 EDUCATION COMMENTARY: 

Postman (1/8) 
10:45 READINGS FROM THE CON- 
GRESSIONAL RECORD (1/8) 
11:00 OF UNICORNS & UNIVERSES 

(1/8) 
11:15 THE MOVIES: Sitton (1/8) 
11:45 HOMOSEXUAL NEWS (1/8) 
12:00 CONTINUED TOMORROW: The 

Quarry #3 
12:30 MISCELLANY 
12:45 PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIAL 

(1/8) 
1:30 BIRDS (1/5) 
2:00 THE PROPHET (1/5) 
2:30 MISCELLANY 
2:45 THE MYTH OF THE CHINA 

MENACE (1/3) 
3:30 PYP: Nancy Segeler with part 2 of 



The Lighthouse on the Lobster Cliffs 

by James Kruss. 
4:30 AFTERNOON MUSIC: Tape Re- 
corders (1/13) 
5:45 MISCELLANY 
6:00 TALKING POLITICS: Freeman 

(1/11) 
6:15 NEWS 

Newscast with Paul Fischer 

Shoptalk with guest journalists. 
7:00 CAPITOL NEWS SUMMARY 

From D.C. (1/10) 
7:30 PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIAL 

(1/10) 
8:00 A SATIRICAL VIEW: Efron 

(1/10) 
8:15 TECHIE TIME A RapZang Stereo 

Prod. (1/10) 
8:45*BALKAN FOLK MUSIC (1/11) 
9:45 ARTS EXTRA 
10:45 WAR SUMMARY by Paul Fischer 

and LATE NEWS (1/10) 
11:00 THE NEW FOLK: Folk musicians 

Kathy Smith & Burt Lee, and record 

producer Mark Roth join Steve Rathe. 

(1/12) 
12:00 RADIO UNNAMEABLE 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 10 

8:00 MORE MUSIC FOR BRASS by 
Poulenc, Hindemith, Bergsma, Starer, 
Tanenbaum, Manzoni, Bozi, Whitten- 
berg. 

9:30 WAR SUMMARY and NEWS (1/9) 

9:45 A SATIRICAL VIEW: Efron (1/9) 

10:00 PYP: with Ronny Watkins 

11:00 CAPITOL NEWS SUMMARY 
(1/9) 

11:30 PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIAL 
(1/9) 

12:00 TECHIE TIME (1/9) 

12:30 LUNCHPAIL: George with Gor- 
man 

2:00 TWO HOURS OF FOLK MUSIC: 
Israel Young 

4:00 WITCH'S BLOOD: Read by Fredi 
Dundee 

4:30 ROCK SPECIAL 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 NEWS 

6:45 NEWS FOR CAR OWNERS (1/11) 

7:00 MISCELLANY 

7:15 THE $24 REFUND (1/11) 

7:30 THEATRE NEW YORK: Ann Ri- 
vers (1/11) 

8:00 MUSIC FROM THE DYLAN AR- 
CHIVES Alan Weberman presents 
rare tapes of Bob Dylan, all pre- 
viously unreleased on recordings. 
(1/14) 

8:30 THE ETHIOPIAN STUDENTS' 
UNION OF NORTH AMERICA: 
4 members of this group discuss Ethio- 
pian politics & what they hope to 
achieve in the way of change (1/13) 

9:00 *JAZZ, ETC. Eric Raeburn talks 
with Michael Mantler, director of the 

Jazz Composers Orch, whose big album 
will be played. 

11:00 *THE WRITER & HIS AUDI- 
ENCE IN THE U.S. Saul Bellow 
speaks of his career, life, art. From 
the Midway #1291. 

12:00 THE OUTSIDE 



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SUNDAY, JANUARY 11 

8:00 HISTORY OF MUSIC IN SOUND 

A section from the RCV ictor series. 

9:30 MUSIC OF THE WORLD'S PEO- 
PLES 

10:00 GOLDEN VOICES (KPFA) 

10:30 GERMANY TODAY 

10:45 THE $24 REFUND (1/10) 

11:00 THEATRE NEW YORK (1/10) 

11:30 TALKING POLITICS: Freeman 
(1/9) 

11:45 NEWS FOR CAR OWNERS 
(1/10) 

12:00 *BALKAN FOLK MUSIC (1/9) 

1:00 *ART: Getting the Local Neigh- 
borhood Involved, Painters discuss this 
problem. (1/14) 

2:00 LIVE AND LET LIVE: Discussion 
of the homosexual's "moral code," by 
8 homosexuals. From WBAI's 1962 
Archives, by popular demand. (AL 
1542) 

3:45 MISCELLANY 

4:00 NIGHT INTO DAY: Excerpts from 

Fass 

5:00 AN UNEXPURGATED HISTORY 
OF N.Y.C. (1/12) 

5:30 GRANDFATHER WILD Short sto- 
ry by James Langham read for the 
BBC by the author (1/12) 

5:45 COUNTRY MUSIC (1/13) 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 NEWS 

6:45 BOOKS TO BUY, BORROW OR 
BURN Milton Hoffman reviews House 
on Fire by Arch Oboler (Bartholo- 
mew House) (1/12) 

7:00 MIDDLE EAST PRESS REVIEW: 
Arab & Israeli (1/13) 

7:30 BOTH SIDES OF THE BARS: 
Fortune Society (1/12) 

8:00 THE CRITICAL PEOPLE review 
the various arts (1/12) 

8:45 SONGS OF STEPHEN FOSTER 
sung by Richard Dyer-Bennet 

9:30 *BIRTH CONTROL AND THE 
COLLEGE COED Talk by Bill Baird. 

10:30 NEW RECORDINGS FROM EU- 
ROPE: Russian Furtwaengler Re- 
cordings, including Beethoven's' Fifth 
Symph., & Schubert's C Major Symph. 
(KPFA) (1/17) 

12:00 THE OUTSIDE 

MONDAY, JANUARY 12 

7:00 IN THE BEGINNING 

9:00 GRANDFATHER WILD (1/11) 

9:15 MORNING MUSIC: December in 

January II 
10:30 MISCELLANY 
10:45 BOTH SIDES OF THE BARS 

(1/11) 
11:15 THE CRITICAL PEOPLE (1/11) 
12:00 CONTINUED TOMORROW: The 

Quarry #4 
12:30 BOOKS TO BUY, BORROW OR 

BURN (1/11) 
12:45 MISCELLANY 
1:00 THE NEW FOLK (1/9) 
2:00 ARTISTS: Members of Art Work- 
ers Coalition discuss the economics of 

art in N.Y. 
2:45 MISCELLANY 
3:00 AN UNEXPURGATED HISTORY 

OF N.Y.C. (1/11) 



3:30 PYP: Kid Stuff, followed by Frog's 

Choice. 
4:30 AFTERNOON MUSIC: Songs 

d/15) 
5:45 MISCELLANY 
6:00 RENT & HOUSING IN THE CITY 

(/13) 
6:15 NEWS 

Newscast with Paul Fischer 

Shoptalk with guest journalists. 
7:00 CITY 
7:15 MILITARY MONITOR From D.C. 

(1/13) 
7:45 COMMENTARY: Lynn (1/13) 
8:00 SCHWETZINGEN SERENADE II: 

Works by Albinoni, Haydn, Baur 

(1/14) 
9:00 *THE TURBULENT '60's #2: The 

Youth Revolt (1/16) 
10:00 RADIO EVENT: Radio Caress. 

Intermedia artist Charles Amirkha- 

nian with participation from the 
KPFA listening audience. Stereo. (1/17) 
10:45 WAR SUMMARY by Paul Fischer 

and LATE NEWS (1/13) 
11:00 ELLEN TERRY & BERNARD 

SHAW: A CORRESPONDENCE read 

for the BBC by Denys Hawthorne & 

Flora Robson. 
12:00 RADIO UNNAMEABLE 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 13 

7:00 IN THE BEGINNING 

9:00 WAR SUMMARY and NEWS 
d/12) 

9:15 MORNING MUSIC: Tape Record- 
ers (1/9) 

10:30 RENT & HOUSING IN THE 
CITY (1/12) 

10:45 COMMENTARY: Lynn (1/12) 

11:00 MILITARY MONITOR (1/12) 

11:30 MIDDLE EAST PRESS REVIEW 

(1/11) 

12:00 CONTINUED TOMORROW: The 
Quarry #5 

12:30 LUNCHPAIL with Paul Gorman 
and guests 

2:00 ENVIRONMENTAL OUTRAGES: 
Talk about ecology. 

2:30 THE ETHIOPIAN STUDENTS' 
UNION OF NORTH AMERICA 
d/10) 

3:00 COUNTRY MUSIC (1/11) 

3:30 PYP: The Lighthouse on the Lobs- 
ter Cliffs cont'd. (1/9 for details) 

4:30 AFTERNOON MUSIC: Short 
(1/21) 

5:45 MISCELLANY 

6:00 COMMENTARY: Perlo (1/14) 

6:15 NEWS 

Newscast with Paul Fischer 
Shoptalk with guest journalists. 

7:00 CITY 

7:10 REPORT TO THE LISTENER: 
Millspaugh (1/14) 

7:30 PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIAL 
d/14) 

8:00 WHATEVER/ BECAME OF... 
JOHN PAYNE? Richard Lamparski 
speaks with the former star of The 
Boss, who explains why the State 
Dept. and the Hollywood establishment 
kept this film from being distributed 
abroad (1/14) 

8:30 THE GREAT PROLETARIAN 
CULTURAL REVOLUTION Don't 



call Julius, he'll call you. fl 

10:45 WAR SUMMARY by Paul Fischei- 

and LATE NEWS (1/14) 
11:00 THE INSURGENTS: Lawyers 

d/14) 
11:30 MARION'S CAULDRON: For the 

do-it-your-self astrologer. (1/16) 
12:00 RADIO UNNAMEABLE 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14 

7:00 IN THE BEGINNING 

9:00 WAR SUMMARY and NEWS 
(1/13) 

9:15 MORNING MUSIC: January in 
December 

10:30 REPORT TO THE LISTENER 
(1/13) 

10:45 COMMENTARY: Perlo (1/13) 

11:00 WHATEVER BECAME OF... 
JOHN PAYNE? (1/13) 

11:30 PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIAL 
(1/13) 

12:00 CONTINUED TOMORROW: 
Overland Patrol #1 A 13-part serial 
from the BBC describing the adven- 
tures of a mounted police officer in 
Australia's vast "outback." 

12:30 THE INSURGENTS: Lawyers 
(1/13) 

1:00 SCHWETZINGEN SERENADE II 
(1/12) 

2:00 *ART: Getting the Local Neighb- 
orhood Involved (1/11) 

3:00 MUSIC FROM THE DYLAN AR- 
CHIVES (1/10) 

3:30 PYP: Sing when the Spirit Says 
Sing, with Bob Cohen. 

4:30 AFTERNOON MUSIC: Long 
(1/22) 

5:45 MISCELLANY 

6:00 COMMENTARY: S.D.S. (1/15) 

6:15 NEWS 

Newscast with Paul Fischer 
Shoptalk with guest journalists. 

7:00 CITY 

7:15 CONFRONTATION: WASHING- 
TON (1/15) 

7:45 COMMENTARY: Y.A.F. (1/15) 

8:00 FILMS IN FOCUS: Sarris (1/15) 

8:30 WOMANKIND (1/15) 

9:00 AT THE RISK OF SEEMING 
RIDICULOUS Music, talk, unsched- 
uled programs. 

10:45 WAR SUMMARY by Paul Fischer 
and LATE NEWS (1/15) 

11:00 THE INSURGENTS: Profession- 
als who are also activists speak their 
minds. (1/15) 

11:30 DANCE, NEW YORK: Horosco 
d/15) 

12:00 RADIO UNNAMEABLE 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 15 

7:00 IN THE BEGINNING 

9:00 WAR SUMMARY and NEWS 

(1/14) 
9:15 MORNING MUSIC: Songs (1/12) 
10:30 COMMENTARY: Y.A.F. (1/14) 
10:45 COMMENTARY: S.D.S. (1/14) 
11:00 FILMS IN FOCUS (1/14) 
11:30 CONFRONTATION: WASHING. 

TON (1/14) 
12:0Q CONTINUED TOMORROW: 

Overland Patrol #2 
12:30 LUNCHPAIL: Gorman with mu- 
sic, discussion, guests. 



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!:00 THE INSURGENTS (1/14) 

2:30 WOMANKIND (1/14) 

3:00 DANCE, NEW YORK (1/14) 

3:30 PYP: Old and new Rock, with 
Caryn and David 

4:30 AFTERNOON MUSIC: More Long 
(1/23) 

5:30 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD 
d/16) 

5:45 MISCELLANY 

6:00 SCIENCE COMMENTARY: Paul- 
son (1/16) 

6:15 NEWS 

Newscast with Paul Fischer 
Shoptalk with guest journalists. 

7:00 CITY 

7:15 PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIAL 
d/16) 

8:00 OF UNICORNS AND UNI- 
VERSES: Science-fiction & fantasy, 
reviewed by Baird Searles and Neal 
Conan. (1/16) 

8:15 READINGS FROM THE CON- 
GRESSIONAL RECORD (1/16) 

8:30 THE THIRD WORLD (1/16) 

9:00 HOMOSEXUAL NEWS (1/16) 

9:15 RED BEANS, RICE & OTHER 
TOPICAL ISSUES A Conan Congla- 
rqorate. 

10:45 WAR SUMMARY by Paul Fischer 
and LATE NEWS (1/16) 

11:00 CAN THE CONSUMER BE 
SAVED, or, Alternatives to N.Y.C. 
Public Utilities. Disscussion of the 
Public Service Commission. Produced 
by Kay Lind,sey (1/18) 

12:00 RADIO UNNAMEABLE 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 16 

7:00 IN THE BEGINNING 

9:00 WAR SUMMARY and NEWS 
d/15) 

9:15 MORNING MUSIC: June in April 

10:15 COMMUNITY BULLETIN 
BOARD (1/15) 

10:30 SCIENCE COMMENTARY: Paul- 
son (1/15) 

10:45 READINGS FROM THE CON- 
GRESSIONAL RECORD (1/15) 

11:00 OF UNICORNS & UNIVERSES 
(1/15) 

11:15 THE THIRD WORLD (1/15) 

11:45 HOMOSEXUAL NEWS (1/15) 

12:00 CONTINUED TOMORROW: Part 
3 of Overland Patrol. 

12:30 MISCELLANY 

12:45 PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIAL 
(1/15) 

1:30 MARION'S CAULDRON (1/13) 

2:00 THE TURBULENT '60's #2: The 
Youth Revolt (1/12) 

3:00 PITTS MISC. 

3:30 PYP: More of The Lighthouse on 
the Lobster Cliffs by James Kruss, 
read by N. Segeler. 

4:30 AFTERNOON MUSIC: Cannon (a 
bang-up production) (1/16) 

5:45 MISCELLANY 

6:00 TALKING POLITICS: Freeman 
(1/18) 

6:15 NEWS 

Newscast with Paul Fischer 
Shoptalk with guest journalists. 

7:00 CAPITOL NEWS SUMMARY 
(1/17) 



7:30 PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIAL 

(1/17) 
8:00 A SATIRICAL VIEW: Efron 

(1/17) 
8:15 TECHIE TIME: Spuriouser and 

Spuriouser, with Peezee and Davie. 

Stereo (1/17) 
8:45 *THE MIND'S EYE THEATRE: 

CONVERSATION WITH A DEAF 

MUTE, a play for voices by Wm. S. 

Tracy (1/18) 
9:30 MISSAE de Beata Virgine by de 

Morales and Des Pres, sung by the 

Dessoff Choirs 
10:45 WAR SUMMARY by Paul Fischer 

and LATE NEWS (1/17) 
11:00 BOBBY SEALE: Elsa Knight 

Thompson in an interview with him 

recorded in November, 1969. (KPFA) 

(1/17) 
12:00 RADIO UNNAMEABLE 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 17 

8:00 NEW RECORDINGS FROM EU- 
ROPE: Russian Furtwangler Record- 
ings (KPFA) (1/11) 

9:30 WAR SUMMARY and NEWS 
(1/16) 

9:45 A SATIRICAL VIEW (1/16) 

10:00 PYP: Ronny Watkins with another 
tale. 

11:00 CAPITOL NEWS SUMMARY 
(1/16) 

11:30 PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIAL 
(1/16) 

12:00 TECHIE TIME (1/16) 

12:30 LUNCHPAIL Paul Gorman and 

ffUGSts 

2:00 TWO HOURS OF JAZZ 

4:00 WITCH'S BLOOD Read by Fredi. 

4:30 RADIO EVENT: Radio Caress 
Stereo (KPFA) (1/12) 

5:15 AN INTERVIEW WITH BOBBY 
SEALE (KPFA) (1/16) 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 NEWS 

6:45 NEWS FOR CAR OWNERS: Julty 
(1/18) 

7:15 THE $24 REFUND (1/18) 

7:30 THEATRE NEW YORK: Ann Ri- 
vei 3 (1/18) 

8:00 FESTIVAL OF FLANDERS 1969 
Andre Laporte, Le Morte Chitarre 
Vandermaesbrugge, Divertimento. Ro- 
land Bufkens, tenor; Paul de Winter, 
flute; Belgian Chamber Orch./ Geor- 
ges Maes. (1/21) 

8:30 A SIMPLE HUMAN PREFER- 
ENCE FOR LIFE: An argument for 
the recognition of Red China. A dis- 
cussion in which 10 impressive names 
participate. (CDI 481) 

9:15 MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR JA- 
MES CHANEY Rebroadcast by pop- 
ular demand. 1964 Archives. (AL 597) 

10:30 NEW RECORDINGS FROM EU- 
ROPE: Scandinavian Music (KPFA) 
(1/18) 

12:00 THE OUTSIDE 

SUNDAY, JANUARY 18 

8:00 NEW RECORDINGS FROM EU- 
ROPE: Modern Scandinavian Music 



KPFA) (1/17) 

9:30 MUSIC OF THE WORLD'S PEO- 
PLES 

10:00 GOLDEN VOICES 

10:30 GERMANY TODAY 

10:45 THE $24 REFUND (1/17) 

11:00 THEATRE NEW YORK (1/17) 

11:30 TALKING POLITICS (1/16) 

11:45 NEWS FOR CAR OWNERS 
(1/17) 

12:00 -THE MIND'S EYE THEATRE: 
CONVERSATION WITH A DEAF 
MUTE (1/16) 

1:00 *THE LONG RUSSIAN WINTER 
#12: Snegourochka (Details in High- 
lights) 

3:00 MAYHEM BY MOTOR: A docu- 
mentary with Ralph Nader on the 
auto industry. WBAI 1961 Archives, 
repeated by popular demand. (AL 
1538) 

4:00 NIGHT INTO DAY 

5:00 AN UNEXPURGATED HISTORY 
OF NEW YORK CITY (1/19) 

5:30 A BOAT OF OUR OWN A short 
story by Danys Val Bakes read for 
the BBC by Roger Delgado. (1/19) 

5:45 COUNTRY MUSIC (1/20) 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 NEWS 

6:45 BOOKS TO BUY, BORROW OR 
BURN Baird Searles reviews some 
recent books on popular history. 
(1/19) 

7:00 MIDDLE EAST PRESS REVIEW 
(1/20) 

7:30 AFRICA SPEAKS FOR ITSELF 
(1/19) 

8:00 THE CRITICAL PEOPLE Reviews 
of the week in the arts. (1/9) 

8:45 THEATRE REVIEW: Sheffer 
(1/19) 

9:00 -NORTH INDIAN VIRTUOSI 
YOU'VE PROBABLY NEVER 
HEARD (KPFA) (1/19) 

10:05 VIETNAM: Voices of Policy and 
Protest, rebroadcast by popular de- 
mand 1966 Archives (AL 606) 

11:00 FESTIVAL OF FLANDERS 1969 
Bach, Italian Concerto; Liszt, Jeaux 
d'eau a la villa d'Este; Poulenc, Suite 
Napoli. Abel Matthys is the pianist. 
(1/23) 

11:30 NEW AMERICAN REVIEW 
(1/21) 

12:00 THE OUTSIDE 

MONDAY, JANUARY 19 

7:00 IN THE BEGINNING 

MjA BOAT OF OUR OWN (1/18) 

%\% MORNING MOURNING MUSIC: 

Funerals (1/7) 
10:30 MISCELLANY 
10:45 AFRICA SPEAKS FOR ITSELF 

(1/18) 
11:15 THE CRITICAL PEOPLE (1/18) 
12:00 CONTINUED TOMORROW: The 

4th part of Overland Patrol. (BBC) 
12:30 BOOKS TO BUY, BORROW OR 

BURN (1/18) 
12:45 NORTH INDIAN VIRTUOSI 

YOU'VE PROBABLY NEVER 

HEARD (KPFA) (1/18) 



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2:00 ARTISTS: Members of the Art 
Workers Coalition discuss the gallery 
scene. 

2:45 THEATRE REVIEW (1/18) 

3:00 AN UNEXPURGATED HISTORY 
OF NEW YORK CITY (1/18) 

3:30 PYP: Richard Schiffman presents 
Dialog. 

4:30 AFTERNOON MUSIC: Brass 
(1/27) 

5:45 MISCELLANY 

6:00 REPORT ON POLITICAL PRIS- 
ONERS (1/20) 

6:15 NEWS 

Newscast with Paul Fischer 
Shoptalk with guest journalists. 

7:00 CITY 

7:15 CAVEAT EMPTOR (1/20) 

7:45 COMMENTARY: Conrad Lynn 
(1/20) 

8:00 *MORE NORTH INDIAN VIR- 
TUOSI (KPFA) Details in Highlights. 
(1/21) 

9:00 *TOUR OF THE QUIET ZONE 
Details in Highlights. (1/21) 

9:30 STRUCTURES 2 books of music for 
2 pianos by Boulez. (KPFA) (1/23) 

10:30 THE LODGER A short story by 
E. L. Malpass read by Frank Duncan. 
(BBC) 

10:45 WAR SUMMARY and LATE 
NEWS (1/20) 

11:00 THE FOURTH ESTATE (1/20) 

11:30 MEMOIR OF A MAN WHO ATE 
PEYOTE: Jack Loeffler, with special 
effects by Richard Elman. 1962 Ar- 
chives, rebroadcast by popular de- 
mand. (AL 1002) 

12:00 RADIO UNNAMEABLE 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 20 

7:00 IN THE BEGINNING 

9:00 WAR SUMMARY and LATE 

NEWS (1/19) 
9:15 MORNING MUSIC: Canon (1/16) 
10:30 REPORT ON POLITICAL PRIS- 
ONERS (1/19) 
10:45 COMMENTARY: Lynn (1/19) 
11:00 CAVEAT EMPTOR (1/19) 
11:30 MIDDLE EAST PRESS REVIEW 

(1/18) 
12:00 CONTINUED TOMORROW: Part 

5 of Overland Patrol. (BBC) 
12:30 LUNCHPAIL Paul Gorman and 

£TU6Sts. 

2:00 ENVIRONMENTAL OUTRAGES: 
Members of the Conservation Group 
with news of fresh disasters. 

2:30 THE FOURTH ESTATE (1/19) 

3:00 COUNTRY MUSIC (1/18) 

3:30 PYP: Nancy Segeler returns with 
The Lighthouse on the Lobster Cliffs. 

4:30 AFTERNOON MUSIC: Crass 
(1/28) 

5:45 MISCELLANY 

6:00 COMMENTARY: Victor Perlo 
(1/21) 

6:15 NEWS 

Newscast with Paul Fischer 
Shoptalk with guest journalists. 

7:00 CITY 

7:10 REPORT TO THE LISTENER 
(1/21) 

7:30 PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIAL 
(1/21) 



&00 A CONVERSATION WITH RO- 
BERT MONTGOMERY Richard Lam- 
par ski talks with the actor-director- 
critic about his recent book, An Open 
Letter From a Television Viewer, a 
scathing attack on the monopolistic 
and censorship practices of the three 
networks. (1/21) 

8:30 THE GREAT PROLETARIAN 
CULTURAL REVOLUTION. Julius 
Lester; talkback on OX 7-8506. 

1046 WAR SUMMARY by Paul Fischer 
and LATE NEWS (1/21) 

11100 THE INSURGENTS: Churchmen. 
Jack Deedy of Commonweal and 
guests. (1/21) 

ll;30 THE COUNTER-INAUGURAL: 
On the anniversary of the inaugura- 
tion of Richard M. Nixon as President, 
a recbroadcast of Pacifica's coverage 
of the inauguration and other fes- 
tivities on that day a year ago. From 
WBAI Archives. 

12:15 RADIO UNNAMEABLE 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21 

7:00 IN THE BEGINNING 

9:00 WAR SUMMARY and NEWS 
(1/20) 

9:15 MORNING MUSIC: Short (1/13) 

10:30 REPORT TO THE LISTENER 
(1/20) 

10:45 COMMENTARY: Perlo (1/20) 

11:00 A CONVERSATION WITH RO- 
BERT MONTGOMERY (1/20) 

11:30 PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIAL 
(1/20) 

12:00 CONTINUED TOMORROW: Part 
6 of the BBC serial. 

12:30 THE INSURGENTS: Churchmen 
(1/20) 

1:00 *MORE NORTH INDIAN VIR- 
TUOSI (1/19) 

2:00 *TOUR OF THE QUIET ZONE 
d/19) 

2:30 FESTIVAL OF FLANDERS 1969 
d/17) 

3:00 NEW AMERICAN REVIEW 
(1/18) 

3:30 PYP: Bob Cohen plays whatever 
strikes his fancy so, Sing When the 
Spirit Says Sing. 

4:30 AFTERNOON MUSIC: Mass 
(1/26) 

5:45 MISCELLANY 

6:00 COMMENTARY: S.D.S. (1/22) 

6:15 NEWS 

Newscast with Paul Fischer 
Shoptalk with guest journalists. 

7:00 CITY 

7:15 JUDICIAL REVIEW (1/22) 

7:45 COMMENTARY: Y.A.F. (1/22) 

8:00 FILMS IN FOCUS: Andrew Sarris 
(1/22) 

8:30 WOMANKIND (1/22) 

9:00 AT THE RISK OF SEEMING 
RIDICULOUS All kinds of program- 
ming. 

10:45 WAR SUMMARY by Paul Fischer 
and LATE NEWS (1/22) 

11:00 THE INSURGENTS: The Health 
System. Activists in the medical pro- 
fession talk with Ivan Rubin. (1/22) 

11:30 DANCE, NEW YORK (1/22) 

12:00 RADIO UNNAMEABLE 



THURSDAY, JANUARY 22 ^ 

7:00 IN THE BEGINNING 

9:00 WAR SUMMARY and NEWS 

(1/21) 
9:15 MORNING MUSIC: Long (1/14) 
10:30 COMMENTARY: Y.A.F. (1/21) 
10:45 COMMENTARY: S.D.S. (1/21) 
11:00 FILMS IN FOCUS (1/21) 
11:30 JUDICIAL REVIEW (1/21) 
12:00 CONTINUED TOMORROW: Part 

7 of Overland Patrol. (BBC) 

12:30 LUNCHPAIL: With, by, from 
and including Paul Gorman. 

2:00 THE INSURGENTS: The Health 
System (1/21) 

2:30 WOMANKIND (1/21) 

3:00 DANCE, NEW YORK (1/21) 

3:30 PYP: Another round of Watkins 
Rock. 

4:30 AFTERNOON MUSIC: Grass 
(1/30) 

5:30 COMMUNITY BULLETIN 
BOARD (1/23) 

5:45 MISCELLANY 

6:00 EDUCATION COMMENTARY: 
Neil Postman (1/23) 

6:15 NEWS 

Newscast with Paul Fischer 
Shoptalk with guest journalists. 

7:00 CITY 

7:15 PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIAL 
(1/23) 

8:00 OF UNICORNS AND UNI- 
VERSES Baird Searles and Monte 
Davis on science fiction and fantasy. 
(1/23) 

8:15 READINGS FROM THE CON- 
GRESSIONAL RECORD (1/23) 

8:30 THE MOVIES: Bob Sitton (1/23) 

9:00 HOMOSEXUAL NEWS (1/23) 

9:15 RED BEANS, RICE AND OTHER 
TOPICAL ISSUES Programs of im- 
mediate interest and/or music. 

10:45 WAR SUMMARY with Paul Fis- 
cher and LATE NEWS (1/23) 

11:00 -SOCIETY OF BLACK COM- 
POSERS (Details in Highlights) 
(1/26) Stereo 

12:00 RADIO UNNAMEABLE 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 23 

7:00 IN THE BEGINNING 

9:00 WAR SUMMARY and NEWS 
(1/22) 

9:15 MORNING MUSIC: Long— con- 
tinued. (1/15) 

10:15 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD 
(1/22) 

10:30 EDUCATION COMMENTARY 
(1/22) 

10:45 READINGS FROM THE CON- 
GRESSIONAL RECORD (1/22) 

11:00 OF UNICORNS AND UNI- 
VERSES (1/22) 

11:15 THE MOVIES (1/22) 

11:45 HOMOSEXUAL NEWS (1/22) 

12:00 CONTINUED TOMORROW: Part 

8 of Overland Patrol. (BBC) 
12:30 MISCELLANY 

12:45 PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIAL 

(1/22) 
1:30 FESTIVAL OF FLANDERS 1969 

(1/18) 
2:00 STRUCTURES (1/19) 



WBAI 

3:00 STAFF/VOLUNTEER MISCEL- 
LANY 

3:30 PYP: Nancy Segler concludes The 
Lighthouse on the Lobster Cliffs, writ- 
ten by James Kruss and published by 
Atheneum. 

4:30 AFTERNOON MUSIC: Outdoors 

5:45 MISCELLANY 

6:00 TALKING POLITICS: Freeman 
(1/26) 

6:15 NEWS 

Newscast with Paul Fischer 
Shoptalk with guest journalists. 

7:00 CAPITOL NEWS SUMMARY 
(1/24) 

7:30 PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIAL 
(1/24) 

8:00 A SATIRICAL VIEW: Efron (1/24) 

8:15 TECHIE TIME: Want more melo- 
dious mixes? Stereo (1/24) 

8:45 *NEW YORK POETRY #1: First 
of a new series. (1/27) 

9:15 FESTIVAL OF FLANDERS 1969 
Works by Cima, Ortiz, Rossi, Willaert, 
Frescobaldi, Claudio and Farina. 

9:45 ARTS EXTRA: An hour left open 
for program (s) of immediate impor- 
tance. 

10:45 WAR SUMMARY With Paul Fi- 
scher and LATE NEWS (1/24) 

11:00 JAZZ ETC. Eric Raeburn's guest 
is drummer Elwin Jones. (1/28) 

12:00 RADIO UNNAMEABLE 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 24 

8:00 CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA: Mas- 
cagni's opera with Renata Tebaldi, 
Jusssi Bjoerling, Ettore Bastianni, the 
Maggio Musicale Fiorentino Orch. 
under Alberto Erede. 

9:30 WAR SUMMARY and NEWS (1/23) 

9:45 A SATIRICAL VIEW (1/23) 

10:00 PYP: Ronny Watkins 

11:00 CAPITOL NEWS SUMMARY 
(1/23) 

11:30 PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIAL 
(1/23) 

12:00 TECHIE TIME (1/23) 

12:30 LUNCHPAIL with Paul Gorman. 

2:00 TWO HOURS OF FOLK MUSIC 

4:00 WITCH'S BLOOD: Read by Fredi 
Dundee. 

4:30 ROCK SPECIAL with Jonathan 
Eisen. 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 NEWS 

6:45 NEWS FOR CAR OWNERS: Julty 
(1/26) 

7:00 MISCELLANY 

7:15 THE $24 REFUND (1/26) 

7:30 THEATRE NEW YORK: Ann 
Rivers (1/26) 

8:00 THE ART OF AKSEL SCHIOTZ: 
Songs of the romantic era. 

9:00 BIG HEAD: Obituary for a Junkie 
Produced by Randy Wicker. 1963 Ar. 
chives, rebroadcast by popular de- 
mand (AL 1571) 

10:30 NEW RECORDINGS FROM EU- 
ROPE: Arnold Bax. Bennett Tarshish 
presents recordings of the British com- 
poser that you can't buy here. (KPFA) 
(1/31) 

12:00 THE OUTSIDE 




SUNDAY, JANUARY 25 
ARCHIVE DAY 

te're taking this day off to celebrate and we hope you'll join us. 
Our Archive programs are listed more or less in order but we aren't giving exact times 
for broadcast because we won't attempt to keep to them. Just relax and listen and 
remember. 



We'll begin at 8:00 with: 

THE WBAI SIGN-ON CANTATA 

"Jesu, der du meine Seele", Johann Sebas- 
tian Bach, Cantata No. 78. The second 
movement of this work, a duet for soprano 
and alto, was the sign that WBAI had 
begun its broadcast day during most of 
the station's existence. Today we broadcast 
the cantata in full. 

From here on, forget about the clock. 
You'll hear a lot of good programs, 
including the following. 

MUSIC OF THE WORLD'S PEOPLES 

One half-hour of the extraordinary series 
on ethnic music produced by the late Dr. 
Henry Cowell. The series has been a Sun- 
day morning staple since the Paleozoic 
period. 

GOLDEN VOICES 

Also from early times, a half-hour of 
operatic singing, produced by the late 
Anthony Boucher. 

TEBALDI, CORELLI AND ADRIANA 

In 1964 Renata Tebaldi came to WBAI's 
studio to talk about Cilea's Adriana 
Lecouvreur with her co-star Franco Co- 
relli. Irene Dalis, another cast member, 
also took part in the discussion in which 
Eric managed to get a few words in 
edgewise. 

INTERVIEW WITH CLIVE BARNES 

In 1967 Clive Barnes talked with Baird 
Searles about dance, theatre, criticism, 
his own personal preferences and the role 
of the Times' critic. 

BACH FLUTE AND HARPSICHORD 
SONATAS 

Performed by Samuel Baron and Robert 
Conant. This is an aircheck of a live con- 
cert originally broadcast in 1962. 

POEMS BY RICHARD ELMAN 

Dick Elman, before becoming a famous 
published author, was a Director of Public 
Affairs at WBAI. 

RADIO FREE DIXIE 

An unedited example of Radio Free Dixie, 
the programs produced by Robert Wil- 
liams at Havana Radio for broadcast in 
the southern US. This particular program 
was broadcast during the Birmingham 
crisis in May, 1963. Mr. Williams is the 
former NAACP official who went into 
exile in Cuba and has since returned to 
the United States. 

CONCENTRATION CAMPS, U.S.A. 

Journalist Charles Allen, Jr. talks about 



his discovery of the existence of the 
camps in 1967 and gives his opinion of 
what they mean in political terms. 

YOKO SINGS 

Yoko Ono presents Japanese transitions 
seen through Japanese songs for unac- 
companied voice. First broadcast in 1965. 

FREEDOM NOW! 

The Prix Italia version of the documentary 
on the Birmingham integration movement 
produced from tapes made in Birmingham 
in 1963 by Dale Minor and Chris Koch. 

PETE SEEGER WITH 
SONIA MALKINE 

A tape of the program that lost Miss 
Malkine her job at another radio station 
in 1962. 

THE DEATH OF A NEIGHBORHOOD 

A documentary on the dislocation of 
7,000 tenant families on the upper West 
side of Manhattan in the urban renewal 
project that began in 1962. Produced by 
Dick Elman. 

COUNTRY MUSIC 

Tom Whitmore, WBAI's Chief Engineer, 
puts together an hour of his favorite bits 
from the program he's produced for 
several years. 

6:30 NEWS Our only regularly scheduled 
program today. 

MALCOLM X: THE BALLOT OR THE 
BULLET 

A historic speech by the late Malcolm X, 
perhaps the best exposition of the new 
perspectives of the black liberation move- 
ment. Produced by Charles Hobson in 
1967. 

BE IT EVER SO HUMBLE 

An actual recording of a Ku Klux Klan 
meeting taped (with a hidden machine) 
in Tuscaloosa, Alabama in July, 1964. 

THE BATTLE OF DA NANG 

Dale Minor's classic documentary pro- 
duced from tapes he recorded in South 
Vietnam in 1966. 

ITS YOUR WORLD AND YOU CAN 
HAVE IT 

In his role as producer, Larry Josephson 
selects his favorite tape from the series. 
The performers are: George Coe, Sidney 
Davis, Bob Schlitt, Peter Meyerson and 
Nancy Wayburn. 

FROM PROTEST TO RESISTANCE 

Steve Bookshester's Armstrong-Award- 
winning documentary on the October 
1967 March on Washington. 



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MONDAY, JANUARY 26 

7:00 IN THE BEGINNING 

9:00 CHARIOT OF LOVE: A short 

story by Peter Irving. (BBC) 
9:15 MORNING MUSIC: Mass (1/21) 
10:30 GERMANY TODAY 
10:45 THEATRE NEW YORK (1/24) 
11:15 THE $24 REFUND (1/24) 
11:30 TALKING POLITICS (1/23) 
11:45 NEWS FOR CAR OWNERS 

(1/24) 
12:00 CONTINUED TOMORROW: Part 

9 of Overland Patrol. (BBC) 

12:30 STAFF/ VOLUNTEER MISCEL- 
LANY 

1:00 *SOCIETY OF BLACK COMPO- 
SERS (1/22) Stereo 

2:00 ARTISTS: Members of the Art 
Workers Coalition discuss ecology. 

2:45 MISCELLANY 

3:00 AN UNEXPURGATED HISTORY 
OF NEW YORK CITY 

3:30 PYP: Kid Stuff with Frog's Choice 
hopping behind. 

4:30 AFTERNOON MUSIC: Sonatas 

5:45 MISCELLANY 

6:00 RENT & HOUSING IN THE CITY 
(1/27) 

6:15 NEWS 

Newscast with Paul Fischer 
Shoptalk with guest journalists. 

7:00 CITY 

7:15 MILITARY MONITOR (1/27) 

7:45 COMMENTARY: Conrad Lynn 
(1/27) 

8:00 MORTON FELDMAN: The com- 
poser is interviewed about music. 
(KPFA) (1/30) 

9:00 *THE TURBULENT SIXTIES #4: 
Assassination and Violence. (1/28) 

10:00 LEROI JONES From the 1964 Ar- 
chives, the poet reads and discusses 
his published and unpublished poetry. 
Rebroadcast by popular demand (AL- 
2668). 

10:45 WAR SUMMARY with Paul Fi- 
scher and LATE NEWS (1/27) 

11:00 FESTIVAL OF CHIMAY: Music 
of Geminiani, Leclair, Rossini and 
Lassus performed by the Eugene Ysaye 
String Ensemble under Lola Bobesco. 
(Belgian Radio) 

11:45 WINGS OF PREY: A short story 
by Marion Ord read by Bruce Stewart. 
(BBC) 

12:00 RADIO UNNAMEABLE 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 27 

7:00 IN THE BEGINNING 

9:00 WAR SUMMARY and NEWS 

(1/26) 
9:15 MORNING MUSIC: Brass (1/19) 
10:30 RENT & HOUSING IN THE CITY 

(1/26) 
15:40 COMMENTARY: Lynn (1/26) 
11:00 MILITARY MONITOR (1/26) 
11:30 MIDDLE EAST PRESS REVIEW 

(1/25) 
12:00 CONTINUED TOMORROW: Part 

10 of Overland Patrol. (BBC) 

12:30 LUNCHPAIL with Paul Gorman. 
2:00 ENVIRONMENTAL OUTRAGES 
2:30 *NEW YORK POETRY #1 (1/23) 
3:00 COUNTRY MUSIC (1/25) 



# 



3:30 PYP: Circus of Sour: The Ugly 
Duckling by A. A. Milne, performed 
by members of Bucks Rock Work 
Camp, directed by Robert Steiner and 
3 poems by Ellen Jaffe read by Bon- 
nie Tepper. 

4:30 AFTERNOON MUSIC: Erotica 
(1/29) 

5:45 MISCELLANY 

6:00 COMMENTARY: Victor Perlo 
(1/28) 

6:15 NEWS 

Newscast with Paul Fischer 
Shoptalk with guest journalists. 

7:00 CITY 

7:10 REPORT TO THE LISTENER 
(1/28) 

7:30 PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIAL 
(1/28) 

8:00 WHATEVER BECAME OF... 
CORRINE CALVERT? The French 
sexpot talks candidly about her expe- 
riences in Hollywood, studio jeal- 
ousies, type-casting and her five hus- 
bands. Richard Lamparski listens. 
(1/28) 

8:30 THE GREAT PROLETARIAN 
CULTURAL REVOLUTION Julius 
Lester, sometimes with phone calls 
on OX 7-8506. 

10:45 WAR SUMMARY with Paul Fisc- 
her and LATE NEWS (1/28) 

11:00 THE INSURGENTS: Lawyers. 
Eric Seitz, National Secretary of the 
National Lawyers Guild with news 
and guests. (1/28) 

11:30 MARION'S CAULDRON: Witch 
Weinstein with news of the odd occult. 
(1/28) 

12:00 RADIO UNNAMEABLE 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28 

7:00 IN THE BEGINNING 

9:00 WAR SUMMARY and NEWS 

(1/27) 
9:15 MORNING MUSIC: Crass (1/20) 
10:30 REPORT TO THE LISTENER 

(1/27) 
10:45 COMMENTARY: Perlo (1/27) 
11:00 WHATEVER BECAME OF... 

CORINNE CALVERT? (1/27) 
11:30 PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIAL 

(1/27) 
12:00 CONTINUED TOMORROW: Part 

11 of Overland Patrol. (BBC) 
12:30 THE INSURGENTS: Lawyers 

(1/27) 
1:00 JAZZ ETC. (1/23) 
2:00 *THE TURBULENT SIXTIES 

#4: Assassination and Violence (1/26) 
3:00 MARION'S CAULDRON (1/27) 
3:30 PYP: Bob Cohen invites you to 

Sing When the Spirit Says Sing. 
4:30 AFTERNOON MUSIC: One Violin 
5:45 MISCELLANY 
6:00 COMMENTARY: S.D.S. (1/29) 
6:15 NEWS 

Newscast with Paul Fischer 

Shoptalk with guest journalists. 
7:00 CITY 

7:15 CONFRONTATION: WASHING- 
TON (1/29) 
7:45 COMMENTARY: Y.A.F. (1/29) 
8:00 FILMS IN LOCUS: Andrew Sarris 
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8:30 WOMANKIND (1/29) 

9:00 THE MONTH IN REVIEW (1/30) 

9:30 AT THE RISK OF SEEMING 
RIDICULOUS All kinds of program- 
and/or music. 

10:45 WAR SUMMARY with Paul Fisc- 
her and LATE NEWS (1/29) 

11:00 THE INSURGENTS: Activist 
members of formerly conservative 
professions discuss their roles and 
goals. (1/29) 

11:30 DANCE, NEW YORK (1/29) 

12:00 RADIO UNNAMEABLE 



THURSDAY, JANUARY 29 

7:00 IN THE BEGINNING 

9:00 WAR SUMMARY and NEWS 
(1/28) 

9:15 MORNING MUSIC: Erotica (1/27) 

10:30 COMMENTARY: S.D.S. (1/28) 

10:45 COMMENTARY: Y.A.F. (1/28) 

11:00 FILMS IN FOCUS (1/28) 

11:30 CONFRONTATION: WASHING- 
TON (1/28) 

12:00 CONTINUED TOMORROW: Part 
12 of Overland Patrol. (BBC) 

12:30 LUNCHPAIL with Paul Gorman. 

2:00 THE INSURGENTS (1/28) 

2:30 WOMANKIND (1/28) 

3:00 DANCE, NEW YORK (1/28) 

3:30 PYP: For just pennies a day, you 
too can have Watkins Rock delivered 
to your home. 

4:30 AFTERNOON MUSIC: CRI-ing. 

5:30 COMMUNITY BULLETIN 
BOARD (1/30) 

5:45 MISCELLANY 

6:00 SCIENCE COMMENTARY: Glenn 
Paulson (1/30) 

6:15 NEWS 

Newscast with Paul Fischer 
Shoptalk with guest journalists. 

7:00 CITY 

7:15 PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIAL 
(1/30) 

8:00 OF UNICORNS AND UNI- 
VERSES: Baird Searles and Peter 
Robinson review science fiction and 
fantasy. .(1/30) 

8:15 READINGS FROM THE CON- 
GRESSIONAL RECORD (1/30) 

8:30 THE THIRD WORLD (1/30; 

9:00 HOMOSEXUAL NEWS (1/30) 

9:15 RED BEANS, RICE AND OTHER 
TOPICAL ISSUES: An open hour and 
a half — for special coverage and/or 
music. 

10:45 WAR SUMMARY with Paul Fisc- 
her and LATE NEWS (1/30) 

11:00 DR. ZUCKERKANDL: Robert 
E. Hutchins talks about the little- 
known great man. 1962 Archives. Re- 
broadcast by popular demand. (AL 
559) 

12:00 RADIO UNNAMEABLE 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 30 

7:00 IN THE BEGINNING 

9:00 WAR SUMMARY and NEWS 

(1/29) 
9:15 MORNING MUSIC: Grass (1/22) 
10:15 COMMUNITY BULLETIN 

BOARD (1/29) 



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10:30 SCIENCE COMMENTARY: Paul- 
son (1/29) 

10:45 READINGS FROM THE CON- 
GRESSIONAL RECORD (1/29) 

11:00 OF UNICORNS AND UNI- 
VERSES (1/29) 

11:15 THE THIRD WORLD (1/29) 

11:45 HOMOSEXUAL NEWS (1/29) 

12:00 CONTINUED TOMORROW: Part 
13 of Overland Patrol. (BBC) 

12:30 MISCELLANY 

12:45 PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIAL 
(1/29) 

1:30 THE MONTH IN REVIEW (1/28) 

2:00 MORTON FELDMAN (KPFA) 
(1/26) 

3:00 STAFF VOLUNTEER MISCEL- 
LANY 

3:30 PYP: Karen Yellin and Nancy Se- 
geler interview Richard Lewis, author 
of Journeys, a collection of prose by 
children. (Simon and Schuster ) 

4:30 AFTERNOON MUSIC: "The dif- 
ference between music and mushrooms 
is that if you make a mistake with 
mushrooms, somebody dies." #2 John 
Cage. 

5:45 MISCELLANY 

6:00 TALKING POLITICS: Neal Fre- 
eman. (2/1) 

6:15 NEWS 

Newscast with Paul Fischer 
Shoptalk with guest journalists. 

7:00 CAPITOL NEWS SUMMARY 
(1/31) 



7:30 PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIAL 
(1/31) 

8:00 A SATIRICAL VIEW: Efron 
(1/31) 

8:15 TECHIE TIME: Noises in Stereo. 
(1/31) 

8:45 AN OLD WOMAN RUNNING 
Brenda Dunrich reads Sylvia Wynne's 
short story. (BBC) 

9:00 HUGUES CUENOD: Songs of Sha- 
kespeare, Bach and La Fontaine. 

9:45 WASHINGTON MAGAZINE: Ed- 
ited by Messrs. Hinton and Books- 
hester. (To be rebroadcast in Feb.) 

10:45 WAR SUMMARY with Paul Fisc- 
her and LATE NEWS (1/31) 

11:00 JAZZ ETC.: New releases pre- 
sented by Eric Raeburn. 

12:00 RADIO UNNAMEABLE 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 31 

8:00 NEW RECORDINGS FROM EU- 
ROPE: Arnold Bax (1/24) 

9:30 WAR SUMMARY and NEWS 
(1/30) 

9:45 A SATIRICAL VIEW (1/30) 

10:00 PYP: Find out where the month 
has gone with Ronny Watkins. 

11:00 CAPITOL NEWS SUMMARY 
(1/30) 

11:30 PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIAL 
(1/30) 

12:00 TECHIE TIME (1/30) 



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12:30 LUNCHPAIL: Paul Gorman dis- 
tributes the contents. 

2:00 TWO HOURS OF JAZZ 

4:00 WITCH'S BLOOD: Read by Fredi 
Dundee. 

4:30 HAYDN PIANO SONATAS: Play- 
ed by Rena Syriakou. Stereo. 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 NEWS 

6:45 NEWS FOR CAR OWERS: Julty 
(2/1) 

7:15 THE $24 REFUND (2/1) 

7:30 THEATRE NEW YORK: Ann Ri- 
vers (2/1) 

8:00 DEAD SOULS: One Arthur Loes- 
ser's programs with long-forgotten 
masters — Dussek, John Field, Anton 
Rubenstein, Raff, Paderewski, Casella, 
Moskowski and Calixa Lavalee. Mr. 
Loesser talks and plays. (Feb. re- 
broadcast) 

9:00 WHO'S AFRAID OF EDWARD 
ALBEE? A discussion with E. Albee, 
John Simon, Lionel Abel, Patricia 
Marks, moderator. 1963 Archives, by 
popular demand (AL 2546) 

10:30 NEW RECORDINGS FROM EU- 
ROPE: Havergal Brian. Mr. Brian is 
a 93-year-old composer who has com- 
posed 32 symphonies — 26 since his 
80th year. Bennett Tarshish presents 
his impressions along with a survey 
of Brian's music. (KPFA) (2/1) 
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